We all knew it was coming.
Anshu Jain, co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank, has a problem with his job - it's ever so slightly embarrassing.
Rochdale Securities, the brokerage struggling to survive after an unapproved $1bn trade in Apple Inc. went sour, lost its two co-heads of trading to a rival firm.
Manchester United, one of the world's richest football clubs, has paid more to its tax advisers than it has in corporation tax returns over the past six years, the Observer can reveal. The club has kept payments on its £2.1bn in revenues for the period to a minimum, with no corporation tax at all being paid in two of the years it has been owned outright by brothers Joel and Avram Glazer.
HSBC owns more than $515m of Amadeus IT Holding shares after failing to find buyers for a stake in the travel reservations company.
Mike Lynch, who founded the British software company accused by Hewlett-Packard of falsifying finances, said that while he may have used some of the contested accounting and sales methods, they were all legal.
A survey of Britons and new web user data suggests that Windows 8 is struggling to make the same progress that its predecessors - and especially Windows 7 - did.
After months of lackluster activity, the buzz is back in Hong Kong's IPO market as several big companies prepare to list in this once hot destination for raising capital.
There's nothing like a (more mature) dame.
Jefferies has hired Jonathan Wilcox from JPMorgan as head of U.K. investment banking, a person with knowledge of the matter said.
Stanley Egener, who helped build Neuberger Berman’s mutual fund business by appearing in TV commercials and through marketing innovations during almost a quarter-century at the firm, has died. He was 81.
HSBC's investment bank could shed more than a fifth of its clients and plans to reduce its credit and interest rates businesses by $100bn over the next two years in its bid to improve profitability.